In the beginning was the zucchini

<p>Horace Bent</p><p>At last, here they are: those wonderful proposals that agents and publishers did not snap up, but sent to Larry Ashmead for his End of the Year Funnies.</p><p>In my Notes of 14th February, I told you about Delicious Death Row, a work based on interviews with prisoners facing imminent execution. Here is the pitch: "Aren't you curious what these people will have for their last meal? . . . Judging by the interest in cook books, and those books and internet websites dealing with death row, Delicious Death Row has exciting potential to join the two markets together."</p><p>P...

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